We offer cost-effective freight shipping solutions from Baltimore, MD. We ship cars, vans, boats, buses, trucks, tractors, coaches, large plant, military or agricultural machinery, and types of equipment, etc.
We are using two common freight shipping methods from the Baltimore port: Ro-Ro (Roll-on Roll-off) and container (LCL and FCL) method. Ro-Ro shipping is usually the most efficient way of shipping cars overseas. Container shipping is more secure or shipping multiple vehicles.
If your car is too far from the port, we can pick it up for you. We offer cost-effective Door-to-Port service.
Sims, Waters & Associates is an ocean freight forwarder with industry-leading prices.
Sims, Waters & Associates is a licensed ocean freight forwarder since 1987. Our staff has over a hundred years of combined experience in the global freight shipping industry.
RORO (Roll-On Roll-Off) Car Shipping from BALTIMORE, MDRo-Ro shipping overseas from Baltimore, MD
The RORO method offers cost-effective way when shipping a car, van/minibus, truck, bus, large plant and agricultural machinery overseas, as units are only charged for the space they take on the vessel. We ship both new and used vehicles, and self-propelled machinery from Baltimore, MD.
Vehicles can either be driven to the port by the owner or use our door-to-port service, making your car shipping process very easy for you.
Please contact a member of our team for ro-ro rates and cost for your specific destination port worldwide. We have access to all the ro-ro vessels departing from the Port of Baltimore on a weekly basis.
LEARN MORE: Shipping a car via RoRo ship
Container Car Shipping from BALTIMORE, MDContainer shipping from Baltimore, MD
The Container method offers a secure, and safer way of shipping cars and cargo internationally. Container shipping is also a cost-effective way when shipping multiple vehicles. We use 20ft and 40 ft containers. Vehicles are trapped securely inside the container before being sent.
LEARN MORE: Shipping a car inside the container
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LATEST BLOG POSTS
- Guide to Ship A Car to Africa
POSTED: October 30, 2019
How much does it cost to ship a car to Africa from USA? How long it takes? What is the shipping process? What is better, RoRo or Container method? These are the most commonly asked questions when shipping your car from USA to Africa.
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- The Difference Between LCL & FCL
POSTED: June 19, 2019
If shipper books an FCL (Full Container Load) container then shipper owns exclusevely full container. A full container load (FCL) is loaded and unloaded under the risk and account of one shipper and only one consignee. The cargo in the container need not have fully loaded cargo in the container. Let the cargo be half loaded or quarter loaded container.
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- How to ship a car overseas?
POSTED: December 17, 2018
The first step to consider when shipping a car overseas is choosing a shipping method. You can ship your car across the oceans by choosing a method that suits your budget and requirements, with the most commonly sought options being RORO and container shipping methods.
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- Do I need cargo insurance?
POSTED: JUNE 7, 2018
Generally, the steamship lines do not carry cargo insurance, and by Federal Maritime Law (FMC regulations) are not liable for more than $500 per vehicle.
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